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... ve kicked in an official Expedia Yellow Suitcase (filled with travel goodies I picked out me'self) to auction off.
So what is Passports With Purpose? Each year, travel bloggers around the world procure cool travel prizes to auction off on the PwP site to raise cash for a worthy international charity. Last year, it was to help Water.org build wells in Haiti; this year, it's buildOn.org, a ...
... is simply missing, not in the design. The art was created to suggest that visitors look through the chimney inside and contemplate only the sky seem above. Then, move to the window overlooking Puget Sound and revel in the movements of the water. Mostly for us it is taking lots of fun pictures of the children playing on the slanted roof.
A huge red fun intertwined jacks-like structure is a standout for color alone and is the museum’s logo. ...
... the dancing was simply moving a lot in your place but still what a great experience. Thank you St. Louise’s parish for welcoming us into your home!
Another stop at the store for dinner. We weren’t all that hungry so plans for pizza (homemade) or chicken were replaced with soup and Italian bread. I had stopped once earlier into the store for lunch supplies. I cannot wait for the refrigerator to be running again. By ...
... and filled with lots of trees. I had an unplanned quick tour of the area. The Top Food Grocery store (that’s its name) looked identical to the Haggen we visited the other night in the town up north. In fact too similar. I finally asked. Yes, the same company.
So, I ran back to B&N to do some research on Seattle’s attractions. The girls were done and donated all their parts to Michael who was ...
After a very comfortable sleep we were up nice n early to get ourselves to Mt Ranier (and to get out of the hippy hostel) During the 2hr or so drive we passed many rivers and lakes. Its been a great part of the world for a road trip with so much to see and great roads to drive on. After a few hours we reached the Nisqually entrance to the Mt Ranier National Park. We queued up in the car for 20mins to get our park pass. Our first stop in the ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility